Monday, May 14, 2012

Deborah Isaacs

We had a big treat at church last night in Brooks, Kentucky. Not only did we have a good service and great fellowship but we had a special visitor as well. One of my first cousins drove over an hour to be in church with us. Her name is Debbie Isaacs  and she brought two of her friends all the way from Frankfort, Kentucky. 

Debbie is a sister to Lisa that went on the Gospel singing cruise with Odie back in February. Debbie has lived in Kentucky for 26 years and we have rarely seen her over the years. We were in church with her in Ohio one service last year and that was the first time in church together in years. That makes this visit really special. 

God has really been doing a work in her life the last year or so and it was so good to see God continuing that work. Thank you Debbie for making such an effort to be in revival and to bring your friends. You really made my day by coming to be in revival with our family. May God bless you as you continue to serve Him.

Debbie is a faithful blog reader as well. I told her that her picture would probably show up on the blog but I didn't tell her that she would be the subject of a blog. I never know for sure where my fingers will lead me when I start typing a post. Hope you don't mind, Deb, but it is a little too late now. Lol

We are enjoying revival already. These folks at Calvary are easy to preach to and responded in the altar service last night as they always do. We should have lots of pictures to post by the end of revival.

God bless you all.


1 comment:

  1. Don't mind at all, LOL! It was wondeful being with you all during Revival. God has blessed me with so much and having family like you, Kelly and Odie just adds to my blessings. I enjoy hearing you preach so much, I was telling my friends I beleive I could listen to you every night. I love you all so much! ♥ Deb


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